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Tina, however frequently cooks in her kitchen; Carlos never eats.

How would you correctly punctuate this? Why is there a comma after Tina? 

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Karen V. | Experienced and patient tutorExperienced and patient tutor
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The comma after Tina is to separate the word "however" from the rest of the clause which is interrupts. For the same reason, there should also be a comma after the word "however". the semicolon (;) after kitchen is correct, since it separates two independent clauses, which could be sentences that make sense on their own.